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It's yet to be seen exactly how 3-D printing will change the world, but the technology is already proving to be an asset in the prosthetics industry — in this case, hair.

Danielle Grillo of Transitions Hair Solutions in New Jersey has made dozens of 3-D printed hairpieces for people who suffer from hair loss, many of them cancer survivors. She's worked in the industry for more than two decades, and says the 3-D printed hairpieces, while expensive, "are the closest thing to your natural scalp and hair," Grillo told TODAY.

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"3D-Printed Hair" is the latest technology for cancer survivors, alopecia sufferers and those who are not candidates hair transplantation. The Cesare Ragazzi Laboratories Italy CNC Hair and Scalp Prosthetic is a medical device handcrafted in Bologna, Italy now available in the U.S. at salonB in Boca Raton, Florida.
20-year Alopecia sufferer, Claudia Cassia [Above, pictured w/ hair loss expert Dr. Alan J. Bauman, M.D.] from the Alopecia & Co. support group describes her experience with her new CNC as life-changing and highly emotional--free from the hassle of traditional medical wigs or hairpieces. For more info visit http://www.salonbboca.com or email salonb@baumanmedical.com

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